Career of Abhijit Kale
Kale began his Cricket career in the year 1992, for the Indian Under-19s against New Zealand. He is the unparalleled star of First-class cricket. In the 93 matches that he has played, he has obtained an awe-inspiring aggregate of 7134 runs, with a highest score of 248 runs and an outstanding average of 54.45. In bowling, he has taken 3 wickets, and given 339 runs, out of 560 balls. He played his last First class match against Orissa, at Agartala, from December 17th to 19th, 2006.
Abhijit Kale happened to be the top-scorer for India. His accomplishment provided him the opportunity to perform for the national cricket team of India. With the India A team, he had experienced a tour to West Indies, early in 2003. On April 16, 2003, he was gifted with the prospect to cast himself in the Bangladesh vs. India One-Day International at Dhaka. With the India A team, he had experienced a tour to West Indies, early in 2003.
Abhijit Kale has also played 65 List A matches and made a total runs of 2111, with a highest score of 102 and average of 44.91. He played List A matches from to 1993 to 2005. Abhijit Kale shines as a capable player in First-class and List A cricket.
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